Digital NEST will be closing and re-opening in January downtown. After a year of being open, Digital NEST is going to take a small break and get ready for the big grand opening in downtown Watsonville! The current digital NEST space will close starting Tuesday November 17th and will only be open only for special … Continue reading Important Update: NEST is closed
Have you ever wanted to program your own robot? Do you wonder how computers work? If you are high school student curious about programming or a Cabrillo College Computer Science major who needs more support with classes, join our institute!
A note from Jacob…
These days I am deep in reflection and gratitude for all the good things surrounding the Digital NEST. You are one of them.
Hack the Ville is a 4-week long web design institute, launched in partnership between Digital NEST and Hack the Hood, that taught NESTers valuable job skills such as client management, communications, and project management while they created websites for local businesses.
To sign up for workshops and events mentioned in the video, go to our schedule page.
We are excited to announce the launching of our monthly video edition of News from the NEST with our very own NESTer Emily Ceja, an award is given, educational institutes begin, members get mentored, and we introduce you to an exceptional member.
Digital NEST won five design awards for creative excellence on the web for it website.
Jacob Martinez, the founder and Executive Director of Digital NEST (Nurturing Entrepreneurial Skills with Technology), has been named the 2015 Santa Cruz County Entrepreneur of the Year by the Santa Cruz County Chamber of Commerce.
Jacob Martinez has been invited to speak on Tuesday October 13th at Allterra solar for a special discussion about technology and innovation in education with a focus on what’s happening around the Central Coast.